On Thursday night this week, I popped along to see David Breuer-Weil’s solo exhibition in the Waterloo vault’s on Leake Street.
Dark and dank, the venue provided a truly atmospheric backdrop for the pieces. Creating the collection was a huge undertaking by Breuer-Weil’s. It was great to see not only the finished pieces, but the sketches and videos of the artist at work.
The series spoke of humanity, philosophy and politics, as well as diaspora. A masterful painter, the colours he used resonated as some sort of memory, being muddied and not clear. The sculptures were dramatic and aggressive.
It’s running until the 24th of March, and sponsored by artnet.